Boy hurt in foster care to be taken off life support

The Canadian Press

Calgary -- The mother of an Alberta toddler who suffered life-threatening injuries while in foster care says doctors will soon begin removing the boy from life support.

RCMP have said they are investigating the case.

The boy and his now-two-year-old sister were removed on a temporary order from their mother's care in June by the province.

The 21-year-old mother said yesterday she has not been told anything about how her 14-month boy was injured.

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